Mariah Woelfel

Amy Helpenstel Foundation Fellow

News headlines for the evening of Thursday, August 10, 2017

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Demolition on Davenport's riverfront should begin this week as crews prepare to take down the  land-based entrance to an old riverboat casino, while the effort to move the 30,000-square-foot barge is still in limbo after months of delays.

Iowa Department of Transportation

Iowa officials today unveiled three potential designs for the state's new license plate. 

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While it might not be the full solar eclipse that Americans are driving hundreds of miles to see, Quad Citians can still expect a show in the sky on August 21. 



A new support group for senior citizens recently diagnosed with Alzheimer's is meant to teach them about what to expect from the disease. 

Rock Island Police Department

A Rock Island man is unfit to stand trial for two counts of first degree murder. 

News headlines for the evening of August, 7, 2017

Quad Citians who won't be able to view the total solar eclipse in southern Illinois or elsewhere might still have the chance to see this rare occurrence. 

New Headlines for the evening of August 4, 2017. 

A newly published report from Iowa's Office of Inspector General says there were several "shortcomings" in the treatment of a Davenport veteran who committed suicide last year.